Well, it would appear I've traded my obsession with alcohol for another obsession. My sponsor suggested I take over the finances for my husband's businesses as well as our personal account. Money is a *huge* trigger for me and I was burying my head in the sand. I've tackled it like a 300 lb football player. I spent the entire weekend doing taxes. The problem is that I've been neglecting AA meetings and almost everything else in order to do all this financial stuff. I'm just obsessed with getting it all categorized and organized. I get such a feeling of accomplishment. I think it was a good suggestion but I'm taking it to the extreme. I guess I tend to have that sort of personality. I guess there are worse things I could obsess over. At least its not costing us much (just office supplies and a copy of Quicken). Anyhow, just wanted to share. Has anyone else done this?
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